@RandyHayes , Refresh() has cured the issue! While I think it's awful peculiar that adding the refresh wasn't necessary months or even weeks ago, it's no trouble for me to remember to add it these sharepoint integrated forms from here on out.
And no worries at all about getting back to me when you had time. Honestly, I didn't expect to hear back over the weekend and I'm amazed you spent this much time assisting whilst on vacation! Please enjoy your time with your family and thank you again for all the help you've so kindly offered.
Yes, I don't recall the need for it either. But, again, I don't work a tremendous deal with Integrated.
Glad it helped - and the family is glad too...
Turn off the "Use longer data cache timeout and background refresh" under Experimental Features in Advance Settings
Had the exact same issue and this is what worked for me. Thanks
Had the exact same issue and turning off the longer cache under experimental features was the only way I got this resolved. If you are having the issue where you save a record and stay on the same form and want to see the new data you just saved then do the following
1 - add Refresh (DataSource) in the onsuccess property of the form
2 - then turn "Off" the experimental data cache under Settings
then you will see your new data in the form on screen - otherwise you will not... trust me.. I spent countless hours chasing this down!!!
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